p r o j e c t s
Projected launch: April 2019
life on the line
(submissions are now closed)
Project date: November 19th, 2018 -
January 6th, 2019
Twentytwenty arts is partnering with homeless shelters across Toronto to produce the mural series Tagline: The Interdependence Project, which will challenge the stigma and stereotypes that surround homelessness and raise money for local homeless shelter programs and services.
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never real and always true
February - March 2017
Featuring the work of: Mark Bath, John Alan Birch, Caitlyn Chisamore, Chloe Evert, Jason Ferguson, Kayla Free, Marne Grahlman, Anthony Haley, Alyssa Mallone, Jake Odrowski, Graham Robinson, Ann Somers, Kelly Stevenson, Matthew Tribe and Nat Very B.
'Never Real & Always True' is an exhibition that explored how artists experiences with mental illness have been impacted by social stigma. A portion of all gallery proceeds were donated to the Toronto Distress Centre, a volunteer-based organization that provides 24-hour telephone support, 365 days a year, to those experiencing emotional distress, in need of crisis intervention and suicide prevention.